- Download and save the ZIP file from the link above
- Right click the ZIP file and select "Extract All"
- Unzipping will either result in just the executable by itself, or a folder named
trackwhich contains the executable,
track.exe. Take note of where this folder is located.
- Open up Command Prompt (or PowerShell if you prefer that)
- Navigate with
cd(change directory) to where you extracted the executable. In my case, it was
- While inside this directory, you should be able to run
trackdirectly by typing
trackand pressing Enter
Setting the PATH Environment Variable
environmentin the Start menu search, and look for
Edit the system environment variables
- Click on the
User variables for <USER>, select
Edit. You can select
System variablesinstead if you want this to apply to every user on the system
- On the edit screen, click
Newand then paste the path of the folder which contains
track.exeshould not appear in the string you paste, just its parent folder. Add it and then click
Okthrough all the previous windows.
- Close and re-open the command prompt
- Without changing directories, try running a
trackcommand such as
track tutorialto test that you can use the command from any location
See the usage page to learn how to use track.